The term bigot has gotten a bit politically corrected. Kind of like people have overly racialized the term "civil rights".
Whatever my real opinions on race and sex and sexuality and class and every other big issue or little issue. I can be pretty bigoted. I often challenge myself and consider the opinions of others pretty strongly. On the other hand, knowing how subjective opinions are, I figure, why skimp out on myself? If there's no true moral wrong or right, then my opinion and desires are the most important one. Kind of like the revelation of Atheism often leads people to saying, "if there's no God, and therefor no afterlife, I should try to use what little life I have to the best of my happiness". I've tied myself pretty closely to the things which I desire, and they don't particularly have to have a greater meaning since I don't believe in one. My desires for interculturalism and sexual equality and fellowship all rely on some selfish desire to see the world something my beautiful to me while I'm alive. And it doesn't matter whether my desires seem "base" or "lofty" because it is all the same to me. Making for some very strange treatings of my liking androgyny and not liking gender roles and sexism as too similar to make many people morally uncomfortable and trivializing big issues.
This makes me interpret the world in an almost "will to power" fashion, that one of the primary human motivations in a morally subjective world, is influence. Maybe not necessarily the same interpretations of kindness and power than Nietzsche, but similar enough that I view influence as one of the many primary human desires. And the kindest thing I can do to myself is try to live my life for myself and what makes me happy before all, and seek influence to fill this desire beyond any contraints of people claiming there are absolute morals that conflict with my desires. Which can make me, again, pretty inconsiderate of my differences from others even down to personal taste. Because I realize that even taste means something in terms of market and being catered to. My existence is pushing against the existence of all others, some a bit complementary to my desires, but many not. And so to be true to myself, it would be natural to promote my desires and all that is me, while marginalizing all that conflicts. Of course, you can only have so much influence without money and power, but a human being is a vote and a ripple for themselves should they choose to represent themselves instead of suppress themselves. So there's no point that benefits oneself to not promote the self and marginalize the other. Just as there is no point in living for a God, if one is living in a universe without a God. In this sense, it is only logical for all humans to be bigots. As we all want more of what we want and should logically seek that, which is promoting the self and marginalizing the other on some level. It does happen that some bigotry does not serve the self, though. This can of course be depressing when you are a minority, but you can always cause ripples and try to change the world to work more in your favor, if even by 0.00000001%. The world is a tug-of-war of clashing desires. The only way to win, is to be louder. There is only so much one person can do, but it is better than suppressing the self.
I suppose this is another one of those posts that people would find to be a bit "insane" and "on drugs". I can again see how my post might be seen as confusing. But there really isn't a better way of putting this.